Although the concept of women as leaders is not a novelty, recent trends have women breaking through traditional “glass ceilings,” thus pioneering female leadership roles in the workplace and the military. Women in leadership is a movement, a paradigm shift. The author offers a unique leadership model calculated from an instrumental multiple case study analysis of female military officers leading in male-dominated environments. The model proposes four principle dimensions: femininity, self-efficacy, emotional intelligence, and teamwork (F-SET). It has a feminist appeal, although it engages leadership theory from other innovative angles.